This low-cost, highly functional product features power and drive activity LED indicators, a master/slave selection jumper, four mounting holes, and front panel mounting brackets. Transparent to the operating system (OS), the CFII-IDE does not require any device drivers to work with DOS�, Windows�, Linux�, and any other PC-based operating systems. A CompactFlash card appears as a small IDE hard disk drive to the BIOS and OS.
The product�s small size and versatile design make it an ideal solution for embedded systems requiring reliable, removable Flash memory storage. CompactFlash provides a robust, low-current, low-operating temperature, and highly reliable storage solution for embedded computing applications.
FEATURES & SPECIFICATIONS
� Bootable: Can be used as a boot device
� CompactFlash Socket: for Type I and II Cards
� IDE Support: Connectors for both 40-pin (0.10") and 44-pin (2mm) IDE Cabling
� LED Indicators: Activity and Power
� Master/Slave: Jumper Configurable
� Mounting Holes: for Flush Mount or L-Bracket Installation (brackets included)
� Power Interface: for 40-pin IDE
� Software: No Drivers required; Compatible with Windows, Linux, QNX systems with IDE
� Operating Temperature: -40�C to +85�C
� Dimensions: 2.525� (L) x 2.187� (W) x 0.375� (H)
PRICING AND AVAILABILITY
This product is priced at $59/each in 100-unit quantities and is expected to be in stock by mid-to-late Q3 2004.
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Parvus Corporation is a leading North American manufacturer and systems integrator of modular computer boards, enclosures, displays and embedded systems based on the PC/104 circuit board standard. Parvus offers rugged, commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) computing solutions ideal for avionics, military, medical, industrial, and transportation OEMs. For more information, visit http://www.parvus.com or call 801.483.1533.
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